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Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

Delicious Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce. Better than Store-bought and made with Real-Food ingredients. Perfect for Bang Bang Shrimp Sauce!

I love Thai Sweet Chili Sauce, but hate all the junky ingredients in the bottled stuff you buy ? So I made up my own recipe made with only the best, all-natural ingredients!

When I stopped to buy some more mineral water at the grocery store today, I noticed they had large Wild Caught Shrimp on sale for $4.99 a pound! What a great deal, right?!?

Even though I’m fasting, Ray isn’t. And knowing how much he LOVES my Gluten-Free Bang Bang Shrimp, I grabbed the last 2 pounds of shrimp they had.

And it’s probably a surprise that although I do cook most of the meals at our house, Ray really enjoys cooking and is pretty good at it too. I didn’t think twice, I knew he was more than capable of making his own dinner… with a little help from me, of course.

While Ray was cleaning his shrimp, I made up a batch of my Thai Sweet Chili Sauce (yes I’m still cooking while fasting, it’s really not that bad). When I first attempted to make Gluten-Free Bang Bang Shrimp at home and went to buy a bottle of Thai Sweet Chili Sauce for the sauce, I was shocked at all the nasty ingredients. And that there was not any suitable, more natural option available.

So, I made up my own recipe. Duh.

It’s a simple as mixing up a few real-food pantry staples and simmering them until thick.

BOOM>Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce, you’re welcome.

Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce (made with real food ingredients)

Low Carb? No Problem! You can still have Sweet Chili Sauce and stay on your low-carb diet with my Homemade Low-Carb Thai Sweet Chili Sauce!

Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce

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Ingredients

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients in a small sauce pan.
  • Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, simmer about 5 minutes.
  • Remove from heat, allow to cool then pour into a glass jar/container.  Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce will keep for weeks in the fridge.
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4 Comments

  1. I made your recipe with the swerve and it’s really good. I didn’t see the arrowroot in the version that was posted previously so perhaps that will thicken it. I have two questions for you . 1. Is swerve Paleo approved
    And 2. When it cooled it got solid and lost it’s clear liquid as shown in your picture. Any idea why ?

    1. Paleo is an eating template that you can use to create a healthy way of eating that aligns with your unique body, no one but you can determine if a particular food fits into your template.

      There is a note in the low-carb recipe regarding arrowroot, the swerve is slightly thickening so arrowroot may be omitted, for a thicker sauce add arrorwroot. The swerve makes it cloudy when it set up, gently heat and add additional water to thin, if needed.

    1. You can experiment. I would try swerve if you are looking for a low carb sweetener option since it caramelizes like sugar. You have me curious and might toss together a batch this afternoon……

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